Mangosuthu Gatsha [mahng-guh-soo-too gaht-shuh] /ˌmɑŋ gəˈsu tu ˈgɑt ʃə/ (Show IPA), born 1928, South African and Zulu political leader.
Mangosouthu Gatsha (ˌmæŋɡəʊˈsuːtuː ˈɡætʃə), known as Chief Buthelezi. born 1928, Zulu leader, chief minister of the KwaZulu territory of South Africa from 1970 until its abolition in 1994; founder of the Inkatha movement and advocate of Zulu autonomy; minister of home affairs (1994–2004)
a contemporary expressionist dance form that originated in postwar Japan, first called Ankoku Butoh, or Dance of Utter Darkness. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 9, Slice 1 Various Social Origins and Primal Law Andrew Lang History Of Egypt, Chalda, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria In The Light Of Recent Discovery L.W. King and H.R. […]
the chief male servant of a household, usually in charge of serving food, the care of silverware, etc. a male servant having charge of the wines and liquors. Benjamin Franklin, 1818–93, U.S. politician and a Union general in the Civil War. Joseph, 1692–1752, English bishop, theologian, and author. Nicholas Murray, 1862–1947, U.S. educator: president of […]
a service room between a kitchen and dining room, typically equipped with counters, a sink, and storage space for china and silver.
a sideboard, often with a fall front, having on its top a china cabinet with glazed doors.